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Wimbledon Mens Final 2010

July 3, 2010 by Post Team 

Wimbledon Mens Final 2010Wimbledon Mens Final 2010:As Murray swiped his racket against the white ribbon through the network, since it hit the palm of his hand against his face as he launched his ‘bat’ in the grass, the thought that a British man had never touched as well losing a Wimbledon semifinal in three sets.

Murray did little wrong on Centre Court, Rafael Nadal is only turned in one of the best performances of his life, offering three types of controlled violence, threat and brightness.

Nadal whip, wild forehands were jumping all over the grass, raising up like spitting cobras. A side effect was so much in him, that curved into the courtyard. She was bent like Beckham on center court.

Therefore the length of successive semi-final defeats at Wimbledon British men reached double figures, finished 1938 in second place, Bunny Austin, remains the last British singles played in a men’s final at the All England Club Nadal and Tomas Berdych went to play for the title on Sunday.

A couple of random events conspired against Murray. A mobile phone was when he had Nadal at the point of breaking for the first time, with the tone of him off his shot, and the net does not help, either, with Nadal‘s shot flipped up from the racket tape and flying Scotsman to give the world a point N ° 1 for the second set, and yet that was not why he lost.

Nadal lost because he played a brilliant match. Here was a demonstration of why the Spanish have only been beaten on Centre Court when he plays Roger Federer in the final.

There were moments when it seemed that Murray was playing two Nadals.

This tournament means a lot to Nadal who has a replica of a cup of Wimbledon at the top of your television at home in Mallorca, and the quality of his defense was such that Murray was having to earn the points two, three or four times . Against any other person, Murray would have beaten many more winners.

This was a very different Nadal who had been digging around in the first week, when twice had to come from two sets to one down.

Nadal, who won this tournament for the first time in 2008, and who missed the championship last summer mood with bad knees, extended his unbeaten sequence to 13 games these lawns with this 6-4, 7-6, 6 -4.

There was not much more than Murray could have done and as they embraced at the net, Nadal said he was “sorry.”

In the end, there was no difference Federer lost to Murray earlier this year, going out to Berdych in the quarterfinals. Murray was unable to reach her third Grand Slam final, and what had been his first against anyone other than Federer.

This was the second consecutive defeat of Murray in the semifinals of Wimbledon after losing at this stage last season against Andy Roddick in four sets.

From Austin finished as the second place behind the United States Don Budge 72 years ago, British men have not advanced beyond the semifinals. Fred Perry, champion in 1936, is still Britain’s last winner of men’s singles.

This could be the third summer in a row that someone makes the Paris-London double red-green.

In 2008, Nadal became the first player since Bjorn Borg in 1980 to win both European slams in the same summer, with its success in the clay of Roland Garros and the All England Club grass.

Last summer I lost both titles was beaten in the fourth round in Paris and did not play at Wimbledon and was Federer, who won on both sides of the Channel. Nadal, having recovered the Coupe des Mousquetaires in Paris, is now just one match away from achieving more than double that again.

When played in the 2008 quarter-final, Nadal beat Murray in three sets. But these two very different games. Two years ago, Nadal Murray deleted. This time, it was much closer.

It was an excellent tennis both in the first set, but Murray did not even get to hell on Nadal’s serve. The only break of serve in the set came at 4-4 when Murray hooked a forehand wide.

In the second set, Murray lost just four points on serve before the tie-break. They had been playing for over an hour when Murray got his first chance at points of Nadal’s serve, when the former champion was serving at 3-4, 15-40 in the second set.

In the first breakpoint, however, Murray was distracted by a mobile phone ringing behind him and put his forehand into the net. Hopefully it was an important call.

Nadal forced a mistake on the next point and were back to Dos. So the set would be decided by a tie-break 5-5 and Nadal double-faulted to give Murray a point to level at one all ready.

Murray tried to pass down the line was cut by Nadal, who hit a backhand volley winner. It was on the next point that the network interfered with the back of the tape and waving Nadal goes beyond Murray’s racket. Murray paused and then hit the net with his racket. Nadal won the next point to take the penalty shootout 8-6.

only poor play of the game was when Nadal lost his serve to love at the beginning of the third set. However, Murray lost his serve twice for the same.

When Murray put his swinging volley forehand long, Nadal fell onto his back and made a starfish shape on the grass.

There was no shame in losing to Nadal on Centre Court on Saturday.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

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